DSC_1502.jpegHere's one first made in 2004 by Andrew Eddy, available commercially in Sydney ever since.
Mark Sundin wrote:Here's one first made in 2004 by Andrew Eddy, available commercially in Sydney ever since.
Mark Sundin wrote:Guys I didn't accuse anyone of copying anything. Just pointing out that sometimes 'the revolution' is just another minute twist to what's been around for ever.
ridley wrote:As Queensland weather was displaying its best on the Winter Solstice, with perfect 15 knot winds, a group of us paddled the sheltered waters of Moreton Bay. Quite by chance SeaDog history was on display.
SeaDog sails have come a long way since the first prototype 15 months ago, to the latest Commander Clear-View with twin battens.
From left to right: the very first SD prototype which still regularly makes its appearance on the bay. The colourful distinctive trait that made SD so popular are evident in the first 2 pics. Then came the Black Diamond series using hi tech sail cloth with some buyers requesting them to be reefable as shown in the pic. Finally the lower aspect but still efficient high-tech sail currently at the pinnacle of design and workmanship, the first SeaDog Commander Clear-View
In a very short time SeaDog sails have been recognized as premium products that have now been shipped all over Australia and so far exported to the UK, Sweden, Finland and Canada.
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